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35 die as bus falls into Doda ravine
Driver lost control while negotiating around a parked vehicle: eyewitnesses
Sonia: Ours only national party
NEW DELHI: The Congress will project itself as the “only truly” national party during the forthcoming elections to the 15th Lok Sabha. This was announced by party president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday while addressing the last ...
“UPA, Andhra Pradesh governments to blame for Satyam scam”
Open varsity degree not equal to regular PG: court
New Delhi: Postgraduate degrees awarded by open universities under the distance education programme to students who did not have the basic three-year degree could not be treated on a par with PG degrees obtained after regular study from a ...
King to Indians: get rid of the caste system
Describes visit to country as a ‘mountain-top experience’
CPI(M): fresh cuts in excise duty flawed
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Wednesday said the fresh round of excise duty cuts announced by the government was flawed and the economy could not be revived without increasing the purchasing power of the people. ...
Bill to await consultations with SC panel
NEW DELHI: The government could not introduce the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes (Reservation in Posts and Services) Bill, 2008 in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday following a Law Ministry advisory suggesting “mandatory consultations” ...
Parliament adopts money laundering Bill
NEW DELHI: Parliament adopted the Prevention of Money Laundering (Amendment) Bill, 2009 with the Lok Sabha passing the measure on Tuesday. The Rajya Sabha cleared it last week. The Bill aims at combating money laundering, terror ...
Speech interrupted by PDP protest, Governor walks out
JAMMU: A protest by the People’s Democratic Party in the Legislature against killings of civilians forced Jammu and Kashmir Governor N.N. Vohra to abruptly stop his address to the joint session on Wednesday. The national anthem could not ...
Modi: I can teach Congress how to tackle Pakistan
PIMPALGAON BASWANT (NASHIK DT.): Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday blasted the Centre for its “lame response” to terrorism and said he could teach the ruling government a thing or two on how to deal with ...
BJP demands President’s rule in Manipur
IMPHAL: Most of the political parties in Manipur have started making political capital out of the murder of three government officials by militants of the NSCN(IM), which is holding talks with the Union government after signing a ceasefire 12 ...
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